1) I saw that Babies R Us had Huggies Jeans diapers on sale for $5. Many folks across the country had a $2 off any Huggies diapers coupon in the paper ~1 month ago. Unfortunately, we only got a $1.50 coupon here. I cut out my 4 coupons for $1.50, but also cut out the $3 off Huggies Slip-Ons, just in case those were on some sort of great sale too.
I went to Babies R Us a couple of minutes before they opened, as, sure enough, there was already a (little) line. Only two of us were there for the diapers, though. This store did not carry thee Jeans diapers, so we asked if they'd substitute. They did! They let the two of us get the Slip-Ons for the same $5 price. I was able to use the $3 coupons instead of the $1.50 coupons and get each pack for $2! Regular price: $11.99.
I got 4 packs total:
Regular price: $11.99x4 = $47.96
My price: $8+tax = $8.66 (8.3 cents each for size 3, 9.4 cents each for size 4)
I actually used a gift card from my sister, so I paid $0 out of my own pocket.
|$8.66 for 98 diapers!|
3) Later, I went to Best Buy to pick up a tablet pc I'd purchased online. While there, I also grabbed a basic Sony DVD player for $39.99. I waited in line forever (at least 20 minutes), but during that time, I used the ShopSavvy app on my phone to scan the barcode of the DVD player. I mainly wanted to verify that it was $5 cheaper at bestbuy.com than it was in the store. However, I saw that at Toys-R-Us, it was $19.98! I asked the cashier to price match and she did!